DoritosDoritos is a brand of flavored tortilla chips invented by Arch West and produced since 1964 by the American food company Frito-Lay Inc. (a division of PepsiCo, Inc.). Although Doritos are sold in many countries worldwide in assorted flavors, at we try to focus on the Spicy ones or with Latin flavor descent. The chips are made of ground corn, corn oil, and seasoning.

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Doritos are a widely popular brand of seasoned tortilla chips that were in launched in the U.S. in 1967; they were the first tortilla chip snack to be launched nationally in the North American market. They are known for their unique triangular shape as well as their cheesy and crunchy flavors. Since then Doritos has become a leading brand in the snack food category, chips were also redesigned with rounder corners for them to be easily consumed and with more seasoning to give the chips a stronger flavor that would satisfy customerís taste buds.

Doritos are most commonly made with the following ingredients: vegetable oil, ground corn and salt, as well as other ingredients that vary depending on the different varieties in each country. Some of the most popular Doritos flavors sold by the Frito Lay company are: Fiery Habanero, Salsa Verde, Flamas, Tapatio Hot Sauce, Spicy Sweet Chili, Spicy Nachos, Toasted Corn, Pizza Supreme, Cheesy Enchilada, Sour Cream and many more.

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